Quit with Confidence: Guide to a smoke-free life
How to use
Quit with Confidence is a self-paced resource that can support you along your quit journey and equipped you with the knowledge and skills to quit smoking with confidence. There are 3 modules in this resource that provide guidance on quitting smoking from beginning to end – deciding to quit, how to quit, and living a smoke-free life.
If print resources would better serve you, visit self-help guides, videos and infographics to order a Quit with Confidence booklet.
Do you want to Quit Smoking?
Quitting smoking can be difficult. Think of it as a new adventure – an important change in your life. While the process to becoming smoke-free may not be easy, you can quit smoking. Remember – you have the power to make it happen, and that there are tools and supports to help you.
To get you thinking, consider this:
- What made you seek out this resource today?
- What is making you consider quitting?
- What would give you the final push to quit?
Use this resource as a guide to help you reach your goals.
This resource will help you:
- Gain the skills and motivation you need to successfully quit smoking.
- Understand what to expect when quitting smoking.
- Create your own quit plan.
Work through the content at your own pace and refer back to this resource when you have a question or need support. Remember, it takes time to change a behaviour. Be patient with yourself and celebrate your wins.
To get one-on-one support from a trained quit coach, connect with your local quit smoking services line at Gosmokefree.gc.ca/quit or toll-free at 1-866-366-3667
A note on traditional and commercial tobacco
Indigenous peoples have been using tobacco traditionally for thousands of years. To many First Nations and some Métis communities in Canada, tobacco is considered sacred. Sacred tobacco is harvested and used differently than commercial tobacco (e.g., cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco etc.). This guide addresses commercial tobacco.
"Quit with Confidence, formerly known as On the Road to Quitting, would not have been possible without the collaborative efforts of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. Health Canada gratefully acknowledges the Nicotine Dependence Service for their expertise, supportive efforts, and contributions that were instrumental to the development of this updated publication."
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